Hey, friends, we are going to learn to create multiple borders with CSS. We will be creating multiple CSS3 borders using pseudo element selectors .i.e. ::after and ::before.
So how we will create multiple borders with CSS3?
To create two or more CSS borders we don't have to use any extra markup. We'll simply create a div element and by using the CSS3 pseudo selectors after and before and with the help of CSS3 content property we will add empty content to add two borders for our HTML div element. We'll also utilize CSS z-index property which prevents pseudo elements from overlapping and hence multiple borders will not overlap with each other.
You'll also see how we'll create a simple double border with CSS border property 'double' value.
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